Hotel Hill House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It all started with an alarm at 0415. I woke up and showered and set off to the airport at 0500. From there my day was a series if departures and arrivals zig zagging from Calgary to Toronto, Toronto to San Salvador and finally San Salvador to Bogota. The food consisting of pollo y rice was mediocre. I drank loads of water and sleep on ...
... in the atmosphere. We did get accosted a bit by beggars and guys who were either high or drunk (probably the former) also saw a scuffle with a a guy and the cops (of which there are many). I have however read that Bogota actually has the highest middle class population in the world. Walking down the road was pretty festive and there were little stores all along the way selling freshly squeezed juices while you wait, coconut water, ...
... light- looked like a secret meeting, so we rocked in and turns out its a restaurant! We stayed and had a few glasses of wine and some food. It wasn't a late one for us, which was a good thing as the hostel unbeknown to us, had a curfew of 10pm! We only stayed the one night before catching up with Wendy and heading to Menezales, the coffee ...
... architect, Ricardo. He owned two huge dogs who loved to follow Peter around and sleep outside our room. Ricardo had a couple of staff who were friendly and cooked us an amazing breakfast everyday! Ricardo was a super host and loved to entertain - hosting parties every night with young musicians who he sponsors. They displayed their talent playing musical instruments, dancing and drinking most nights with friends. We joined in a couple of times and loved staying there! ...
... and the Tairona.Their chief trading goods were maize,quinoa,cotton,potatoes,coca,ceram ics,salt,emeralds and gold in the form of jewelery and other artifacts.
Columbus first navigated the coasts of what is now his “namesake” country in 1499 and in 1500 Rodrigo de Bastadis led the first expedition into the area.It was not until 1510 that the first Spanish settlement was established in Colombia and also the first in South America,this settlement was ...